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Meet Our Team: Intern Rachel Braziel

The RunSwitch team is excited to welcome our spring intern, Rachel Braziel, to the team. Rachel graduated from the University of Florida in 2015 where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Advertising degree with a concentration in Art History.    While at the University of Florida, Rachel took part in the FOX University program.…

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McConnell Center’s 25th Anniversary Evokes Memories of Dr. Paul Weber

By: Scott Jennings   “Let me tell you why the Bush tax cuts are terrible for someone like you,” he said, displaying the same aplomb and glee for debate I remembered from years earlier. It was 2005, and, even on a busy day at The White House, I gladly took the call from Dr. Paul…

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Masters of their Domain

This column appeared in the January 13, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal.  By: Scott Jennings January 7th was an illustrative day when it comes to what’s at stake in the 2016 General Assembly. We learned on that day that one political party in Kentucky is fully controlled by trial lawyers (including massive out-of-state firms)…

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RunSwitch PR Ranked #1 PR Firm Two Years in a Row 

Kentucky’s Largest Full-Service Public Relations & Public Affairs Agency also recognized as a “Best Place to Work”  RunSwitch PR, a full-service public relations, public affairs, and strategic communications agency, has been ranked the largest PR firm in the area for the second year in a row by Louisville Business First. The rankings are based on…

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Advice for a New Father

This column originally appeared in the August 19, 2015 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. By: Scott Jennings As this newspaper hit your doorstep this morning, a close friend of mine and his wife were delivering their first child. In about a month, my wife will bring home a third boy, giving us ages six, two,…

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Fancy Farm To Jumpstart Gubernatorial Race

This piece originally appeared in the Louisville Courier Journal on July 29, 2015. By: Scott Jennings The last time Kentucky’s political collective descended on Fancy Farm, the U.S. Senate race between Mitch McConnell and Alison Grimes was in full bloom, with both candidates and their respective apparatuses already spending freely. Last time around, Fancy Farm felt like…

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Volunteerism & Community: RunSwitch Gives Back

By Jena Patterson A few weeks ago, my colleagues and I had the opportunity to volunteer at Dare to Care Food Bank, a Louisville-based food distribution network that partners with over 300 other organizations and has provided over 15 million meals to the community in the past year. RunSwitch PR proudly serves Dare to Care…

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Person-to-Person Communication Is Not Dead

By Les Fugate Let’s all admit that sometimes it is just easier to send an email than it is to arrange a meeting or have a face-to-face conversation.  In the back of our minds, we know the best way to communicate is in-person, two-way dialogue – but we are tempted by the convenience of a…

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Observing Recent British Election Fascinating Experience

This piece originally appeared in the Louisville Courier Journal on June 17, 2015. By: Scott Jennings We spend a fair amount of time in this space discussing American political campaigns and elections. But how we do it differs tremendously from our friends in the United Kingdom, which held a national election on May 7 to…

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